WELCOME TO singapore
the land where the river always flows
“Even though Gillman Barracks was originally built as a military camp,
don’t be intimidated by it because it has been revamped into a huge arts centre.
Here, international and local art galleries display unique art pieces, and there are also trendy cafes and restaurants.
I am currently on a tour to gain more insider insights into the artworks displayed here.
We just heard someone say that the art displays over there are ‘lagi swee’.
That must be another Singlish term!
Seems like most Singaporeans speak Singlish and it’s starting to grow on me!
We’ve heard and learned so many phrases since our first day here. Let’s have Jie Min teach us a few more!”
“Wow, what an eye-opening experience!
After exploring and walking all over the grounds of Gillman Barracks,
I feel like I need some sustenance.
Let’s do more sight-seeing and then hunt for some authentic local cuisine at the nearest food centre.
But before we get on to doing that, we should read up on some interesting dining etiquette practiced here.”
You have learnt about “chope-ing”, which is uniquely Singaporean.
“Chope-ing” most frequently takes place in food centres,
which are a key part of life for the locals.
See if you can guess which food centre in Singapore
is actually gazetted as a national monument!
Arrange the pieces by dragging them into our 3 x 3 grid to form a picture.
Simply drag the individual pieces into the puzzle board below, placing them in position.